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tonight, securities on the forefront of baltimore county school employees after two major gun incidents since the school year began. they met today to review the security measures now in place. our education reporter is live at school headquarters with more on the meeting. >> the superintendent will be first to tell you these have been trying times for the school system. all the more reason, he says, for people to become more aware of their surroundings. >> the district-wide safety meetings were in response to gun incidents at perry hall high school and stammers run middle school. school principals were also ordered to review school crisis plans already on the books. the school system's communications director says there is a reason why the superintendent is calling for review. >> we want to make sure that people are really paying attention, that teachers are comfortable with their crisis plans, and more importantly, that students are included so that they know what to do in the event of an incident in a school. >> decides to call -- besides the call for more imports, the district plans
a handgun to a baltimore county school. >> this time the quick actions of a teacher prevented any bloodshed. nadia ramdass has that story. good morning. >> good morning. students will be returning to class with extra counselors on hand. the boy accused of pulling out the gun is in police custody and is expected to be charged as a juvenile. nobody was injured. if it wasn't for a quick- thinking teacher, it could have ended differently. it was a frantic scene involving a classmate on tuesday morning. students say an eighth-grader pulled out a loaded gun and aimed it at his teacher, fellow classmates, and himself. the eighth-graders credit the teacher with taking away the handgun and defusing the situation. >> he was waving it around. he aimed it at a student. the teacher stepped in front of her -- the student that he aimed it at. she was, like, "put the gun down." >> she lunged toward him, bent his hand back, and smacked it out of his hand and yelled "no" and had him in an arm lock. >> police say the weapon the boy was handling belongs to his grandfather, norman gatewood. gatewood is charged
another baltimore county teen brings a looded gun to school.the immediate changes going into affect today to protect your ids. omg youre so fat fat a bullied bus monitor gets the last laugh.the big reward she jjst got for dealing with bus bullies. and.. the new iphone makes itss big debut today.the features the new version is expected to have. 3 3 world trade center 3 wednesday, september 12tt septembbr 12thwednnsday, september 12th 3 3 3 mapbealir willens295map a 13-year old is taken into custodd... afterrpulling a gun on his teacher and his classmates.it's the second time in two weeks a teen has showed up at a baltimore gun.megan gilliland is here with more on the immediate changes that will be in place this morning as kids head back into school. good morning guys,police say the 13-year old... 8th grade student pulled out a loaded semi automatic handgun att stemmers run middle school yesterday. his teacher smacked it out off his hand and the school immediately went into lockdown. an automated all went out to parents.as you can imagine many parents and student
of gladden. >> meanwhile, baltimore county school officials say they are going to roll out a plan aimed at improving school security. jennifer franciotti is live with us. jen, what can we expect from this new plan? >> some answers, and that's what school administrators are hoping to give teachers today. starting this morning, baltimore county schools will conduct a series of mandatory meetings where officials will introduce a new security plan. state edge indicators will communicate more on thousand report suspicious activity. the district might also introduce a new safety tip hot line. the head of the teachers association welcomes those new measures. >> tomorrow there is information that will be coming out that will help them to not only understand what their role is and but also to help the students understand what their role is and i believe a piece will be coming out for the paints as well. >> information on school safety and security for parents should be coming home. >> that brings us to our water cooler question of the day, what steps do you think should be taken to improve schoo
. >> in southwest baltimore, a shooting has left one man in critical condition this morning. police were called to the 500 block of coventry road around 12:15 saturday afternoon where officers found the victim with several gunshot wounds. there's no word on a motive. in north baltimore, police are looking into a suspicious death. the body of a man was found inside the car in the 4000 block of buena vista avenue. we are told he'd be shot. >> baltimore county police detectives are in oklahoma waiting to interview the grandson of the elderly couple found murdered in pikesville. he is now named as a suspect in the case. investigators learned last week that 31-year-old matthew long was in oklahoma. long was living with his grandparents, vaughn and pepper, when they were killed, but he was missing when police discovered the couple's bodies on monday. according to police, long is undergoing mental treatment at a hospital in oklahoma. >> we entered mr. long into the international missing person's database. when he was located in oklahoma on september 11, they notified the baltimore county police depart
a crimnal record in north carolina...who only came to baltimore this year.janice park fox45 news at 5:30. attorneys want the 15 year old perry hall high shooting suspect tried as an juvenile. juvenile.robert gladdenns attorneys made the requeet today in court.both sides had gathered for a bail review hearing.that hearing was postponed. glaaden's defense needs addiiional time to review some medical records. 13 seconds same super from 5 sot 22:25:35 at that age...you don't throw somebody away at age 15 for a bad act act .gladden remains at the county petention center tonight check out ...the entire interview... with gladden's lawyers... on fox baltimore dot com.click on "raw news." students at morgan state university are athering tonight - after yesterday's shooting on campus. campus. myranda stephens is streaming live in northeast baltimore with more on their call for peace. 33 3 a... maryland is... in... custody today.. / hanks... to... facebook..../ police... say... 29-year-old... dylan.. naeckee... was captured... clicked... "like"... on... a... virginia
the low 80e.81 baltimore, 86 in frederick. those numbers were warmer today. tomorrow will be back temperature wise. maybe not quite as sunny. new front pushing in. that will cloud us up late through the day tomorrow. maybe bring shower around here tomorrow evening before we clear it out again for the weekend. hour by hour into the midday tomorrow we are talking abouta increased clouds around here. we will talk about how the rest of the weekend develops in detail. >> new tonight in this day and age, to have your power knocked out for five or more days because of a storm is not acceptable. that's what we have been hearing from you. ken who is the boss of bge said if you want a different outcome then we are going to have to make a different deployment and it'll add cost significantly. in other words if we don't pay for changes don't expect power with in 24 hours after a hurricane like storm. >> students headed back to class at morgan state a day after a shooting inside the community center. police say both the victim and gunman were not morgan state students. the university held a
at 8:30 this morning in baltimore city district court. spraub promising to work with the lib -- president obama is promising to work with the libyan government. >> this comes as new questions arise about what really motivated the attacks on u.s. employment missions in the middle east. we hear more u.s. forces are headed that way. >> theat. forces are headed to libya this morning. we're learning protesters have gathered outside the embassy in yemen. >> after protesters scaled the wall in cairo, an assault left cars burnt to ash and four americans dead including ambassador chris stevens. president obama is vowing vengeance. >> as for the ones we lost last night, we will bring their killers to justice. >> the u.s. looks into whether the violence was sparked by an inflammatory islam movie was actually planned. >> the question is was there a serious underlying extremist terrorist act here and if so, by who? >> we can't say for sure or certain this is an al qaeda event. it has all the hallmarkors an al qaeda events. >> i condemn them. muslims condemn them and know they are not in k
in northwest baltimore on woodland avenue. kim dacey is live with the latest on the search for a cause. >> good morning. the two firefighters that were injured suffered non-life- threatening injuries. one was burnedy his ear. the other was shocked by a downed power line. firefighters found heavy smoke when they got to the 2900 block of woodland avenue in northwest baltimore just after 5:00 on sunday morning. three people were able to escape the burning home. but one man did not. they think he was overcome with the heavy smoke. his body was found on the first floor. his family is trying to deal with the loss. >> it is just a hurting thing right now. yeah. we were supposed to met him over at the ravens game. we take turns at each other's house, having the ravens game. he won't be there. >> investigators will be back out this morning trying to determine what caused the fire and looking to see if there were at the time of the fire. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. another violent weekend in baltimore city. four shootings and one of them deadly. no word on the victim's condition. another gu
regular referees. a man is dead... after being shot in north baltimore. baltimore.police were called to old york road yesttrday the victii.it's believed david irving was hot last niiht in this alley.neighbors say he then ran into his basement where aafamily member found this boddy 04:47:44"right now i'm numbb i'm just trying to stay stron and maintain for family sake. everybody is ddaling with it in their oww way. way.police say they do not have any suspects. the owwer of the recher pheater says he's not tt blame last weekend in towson. but now he's worried about his business beiig puniihed - as a . paturday night after being turned away from a privatee a charity funnraiser wws beiig hosted by a fraternity. to clear the crowd. sevvral people were arrested.the county executive is ow questioning the theattr'ss liquor license - and their policy renting to outside promoters. < charitiee.">the event was never posted on the theater's word simply sppead through social media.. theehits keep coming for
...if you'd like to see it... just go to fox-baltimore dot com. some recent grads are getting a boost inntheir job search. johns hhpkins hospital is holding a job fair for about technology graduates today. hopkins is co-hosting the fair along with george washington university and the university of maryland university ollege. a heaaed debate at american who breasted her baby áduring cllss.á dr. adrienne pine... a professor of anthropology... explains in her blog that her baby was sick... and that she didn't want to cancel the first day of class.so she brought her daughter with her... and breast-fed throughout the lecture... leaving some students in shock. "i feel like it was really unprofessional of her, i feel like she should have at least stepped out of the room.""i think what's inappropriate is that she brought hhr child to class in the first place. it'ss very distracttng to a lot of the students." students."sccool officials spoke out about the matter... saying there's no explicit policy on campus breast- feeding. but it does give new private place to pump breast milk. the or
in libya.. and protestors tried to attack the u-s embassy in yemen on thursday. a baltimore native with ties to libya... is speaking ouu about the attacks on american e. embassies.filmmaker matthew van dyke made several friends in libya after being captured by moammar gaddafi's forccs and spending six months in prison there.he has kept close eye on the middle east-- especially libya-- this week. van dyke says he has seen the controversial movie behhnd the attacks.he calls it 'trivial' and 'amatuerish', but is not surprised it has angered so many. matthew van dyke, libyan talking a country of several 'r million people and these weee attacked, you knoww a few ho - pickup trucks of lunatics." lunatics."van dyke is headee back to the region in the coming weeks. the november election is lesssthan eight weeks away and... maryland democrats are without a first distric congresssonal candidate candidate on monday... democrat wendy rosen withdrew from the race after hhr own party accused her of committing voter fraad. party leaders say rosen is registered to vote in both maryland and
on thursday. it has a congregation of 10,000 people. new at noon, baltimore county police have arrested a suspect in the murder of an elderly couple. and police say they consider matthew a suspect in the death of his grandparents. they suffered a traumatic injury. he has been found on an oklahoma. we are told he is in a local hospital there. baltimore county detectives have traveled to the state and are waiting to interview him. >> baltimore county police are investigating two separate garage fires. about two hours later, there was another fire in a garage. crews are on the scenes of both fires, trying to determine the cause of both places. mandatory meetings where officials have introduced -- introduced a new safety and security plan for teachers and administrators. administrators are learning more about detecting trouble and reporting suspicious activity. the county teachers association welcomes the new measures. >> tomorrow there will be information coming out that will help them not only to understand what their role is, but to help the students understand what their role is. and i
the ravens take on the browns in baltimore. the deal included a significant salary raise for the officials and a compromise on the much debated pension and retirement benefits. the deal expected to be officially ratified by the union saturday night in dallas. the referees planning to work a full slate of games on sunday. we'll get a live report with dave ahead in sports. he'll help us through this to explain how it came to pass. >>> in the race for president, both candidates will be in virginia today. it's one of 30 states where early voting is already underway. it's a state president obama won in 2008 by more than 6% and where a polling average from real clear politics shows the president up by 4 1/2 points. this follows a busy day on the trail yesterday. both candidates held dueling rallies as they crisscrossed ohio. there mitt romney tried to brush back suggestions his campaign was faltering in the state of ohio after polls showed him trailing the president by ten points. >> i'm very pleased with some polls, less so with other polls. but frankly at this early stage, polls go up and down
in baltimore. our kristen berset will have a live report from m&t bank stadium in the charm city in a few minutes. >>> the return of the referees has sparked an outpouring of relief and even joy. nobody is happier than nfl players including our very own redskins. >> reporter: i'm matt jablow at redskins park in ashburn where the return of the referees was all most people were talking about. >> you always say you don't miss something until you go without it. >> they got the deal done, excited to have them back. >> reporter: some more vocally than others. what was your first reaction when you heard the strike had been settled? >> i said hallelujah. >> reporter: but all agreeing it was a very good thing. >> they know their positions. they know the rules. >> reporter: the players in particular. >> thank you, lord. >> reporter: and for the game in general. what was your first reaction when you heard the refs were coming back? >> great, awesome. i saw it this morning. >> they keep everything under control. a couple week back you had players doing dirty plays against us. those things won't
when the baltimore ravens host the cleveland browns. jason carroll is here. the league had to move quickly. >> a lot of relief there. >> this was spiraling out of control. >> absolutely. we all remember what happened during that monday night game. 70,000 calls to the nfl because of that one particular play. there was definitely a lot of incentive to get back to the table and get this thing fixed. both sides working late into the night to make sure they could get a deal that both sides could be happy with. reaction coming in early this morning. the nfl commissioner basically saying this agreement supports long-term reforms that will make officiating better, the teams, players and fans want and deserve both consistency and quality in officiating. also coming in to us, reaction coming in also from the referee association president saying we are glad to be getting back on the field for this week's game. it could not have come any sooner, especially with tonight's game with the browns versus the ravens. >> this is an eight-year deal, which sun precedented. who got the better end of the
their lockout to officiate the browns/ravens game in baltimore. cheers filled the stadium during the pregame coin toss when one ref said it's good to be back. the ravens won the game. unlike the monday night packers/seahawks debacle, it was controversy-free. thank goodness. >> thank goodness, gracious, get down and kiss the gridiron. yes. enough was enough. that was ridiculous. >> since when do refs get a standing ovation. they're usually sort of, thankless job. >> insults. expletives hurled at them. >> i know. >> you're exactly right. >> standing ovation? wow! >> refs must have been like what kind of parallel universe are we in. they're cheering us right now. they get a nice raise. $18,000 raise to start. eventually i think right now at $140,000, some odd dollars, they're going to go up to the $200,000 level. >> that's significant for a part-time job. >> by the end of the eighth year. >> it is significant. a lot of people. i heard some people talking about it, eavesdropping on them. one guy was saying, this is way too much money. and it is a ton of money. when you think how much
license. one man is dead after an early morning stabbing in west baltimore. happened around 12:00 in the morning around west northwest avenue. police say that's where they found a man ton ground unsponive. told he had stab wounds to his upper body. police have not identified the victim. also, there is no word on a suspect or motive. an update to west baltimore shooting that happened in broad daylight. the gun man chased down audi miggens. it happened in the 1700 block of pressman street. homicide detectives are still searching for the shooter. they believe the shooter tossed the weapon nearby. we're >> welcome back. fall is finally here or at least 10:49 this morning. so we wave good-bye to summer and all the warm weather. there is still cool weather on the way. temperatures, you can expect 70s in the mountains. we'll top out from 82 to 84 in downtown baltimore. south of us, it will be in the 80s as well. that will all change as a frontal system moves through in the later afternoon hours in the early evening. very cool air behind us. it will drop low temperatures into the 40s a
"o" from the fans in baltimore and were welcomed back by the players. the lovefest only lasted a half. third quarter, bernard pollack gets flag for the helmet-to-helmet hit. and the fans let the refs know what they think about it. >> referee: unnecessary roughness. helmet contact with the receiver, number 31, 15 yards, automatic first down. >> boo! the browns trailing by a touchdown with seconds to play. tell me if this looks familiar. hail mary pass to the end zone. the ravens break it up. no controversy there. cleveland has one more shot and, again, the desperation pass. incomplete. ravens win this one, 23-16. >>> top ten team in college football goes down last night. number eight stanford visiting the university of washington. stanford leading 13-10 in the fourth. washington's kasen williams takes the screen pass 35 yards. that will go to the end zone. late in the game, stanford trying to come back. desmond trufant interception seals it. >>> in baseball after leading the american league central for two months, the chicago white sox trying to climb back into a first place tie with d
melt in baltimore. chip reed is at m. and t. bank stadium in baltimore. chip, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, nora. this stadium was literally rocking last night. the fans were ecstatic. that's not just because the home team, the baltimore ravens won, it's also because the real referees are finally back. >> and as i'm sure all of you know by now, the regular & officials are back. >> the return of the referees came with an unprecedented standing ovation. as the browns and ravens got ready to rumble, fans and players warmly welcomed the veteran crew as they took to the field for the first time this season. >> really good to see you guys. >> thanks for your support too. it means a lot. >> reporter: kickoff came less than 24 hours after the officials union reached a tentative deal with the nfl marking an end to a bitter three-month lockout. >> great to have the regular refs back. replacement refs were horrific. >> first flag of the first quarter. the referee's come back couldn't have come soon enough for teams and fans. over the past three weeks they've witnessed a long list of con
the cleveland browns and baltimore ravens in baltimore. live report on the deal what the refs will get. whether or not monday night's game made everybody blink including the league. >>> meantime this is our lead story this morning a showdown at the united nations as we await two of the most highly anticipated speeches of the entire week at the u.n. general assembly. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. palestinian president mahmoud abbas both scheduled to speak a few hours from now. we await the headline which one already this morning. i'm bill hemmer. martha: i'm martha maccallum. mahmoud abbas is expected to recognize the state of palestine will netanyahu will push action on iran. it was a 24 hours ago president mahmoud ahmadinejad stood in the same spot. he lashed out against israel and the united states. >> translator: the current abysmal situation of the world and history due mainly to the wrong management of the world and the self-proclaimed centers of power who have entrusted themselves to the devil. bill: david lee miller now is live at the u.n. and what can we expect to hear from
homeers. not enough. johnny swing and myself. that ends it 9-7 the final. a's now 1 back of baltimore with the top wild card spot. a's did catch a break because of what happened with seattle and the angles. scored 4 times in the seventh. double home robinson. mariners win so the a's stay 2 games ahead of the angels and ray up ahead with 6 games left. giants made the move we all expected. suspended outfielder cabrera not rejoin the field he was suspended after positive drug test. he will be eligible to return to the league championship series but the giants don't want him back. terrific chemistry since he left. team got hot. 1 the nl west going away. no potential at al distraction for the continuing cloud that came with the barry bonds steroids case. still linger with the team. cabrera released this statement disappointed i won't have the chance to join my team in the play offs i wish my team mates the best in the post season. rooting hard to bring another world championship to san francisco. here's manager bruce on the decision. >> i like the way we are playing now. guys have
. yes, the fans gave the returning refs a standing ovation before the baltimore ravens took the field to play the cleveland browns last night. carlos diaz from hln sports was lucky enough to be at the game. good morning, carlos. you survived. >> by the way, you mentioned the money hoon stage. this is all out blind love going on right now, carol. let me tell you one thing. what i learned by talking to ravens fans, they hate two things, pittsburgh steelers fans and refs. let me say it. last night when jean saratori, the lead official walked out on the field and got a standing ovation they cleared a referee from pittsburgh. what is going on in the nfl right now? made the three and a half hour drive and cheered when he walks out. i have to tell you, you couldn't have scripted it better than a hollywood movie. tipping the cap there. looking great. fit. good head of hair and the crowd cheering referees now that they're back and the replacements are gone. >> what makes it stranger, ray lewis came out and hugged a referee. >> yeah. the funny thing, i talked to so many fans before the game. wh
to speak with the baltimore ravens linebacker about the personal and political impact this issue has inside and outside of pro sports. >> certainly this is a hot button issue in the state of maryland where the governor martin o'malley has pushed for marriage equality. in november people will go to the ballots to see this put forth making maryland the 8th state in the country to legalize same sex unions. how do you think people in maryland and around the country have reacted to hearing the kickback that you got from burns for your support for marriage equality? >> it has been overwhelming, a worldwide effect. i've gotten e-mails from all over the world especially here in maryland and baltimore and raven fans. everybody is for it. and just people, if you go back 24 months ago people were squawking and i'd hear negative comments and now the overwhelming majority are for marriage equality and treating everybody fairly. it is the right thing to do and it is in the name of love. why would you treat people differently just because they love somebody of the same sex? >> one thing i need to ask you
. >>> it was an ae emotional win for the baltimore ravens over the patriots on sunday night football. helping baltimore win 31-30 on a last-second 27-yard field goal by justin tucker. >> it is 11 minutes after the hour right now. there is a big controversy here in new york city after a move by the schools. they're giving the morning-after pill and other contra septemberives without really telling their parents, some critics say. more coming up. of course, some stories are bigger than others. okay guys, here we go. everybody say, 'cheeeeeeeee-eeeeeese'. got it. ♪ atmix of energies.ve the world needs a broader that's why we're supplying natural gas to generate cleaner electricity... that has around 50% fewer co2 emissions than coal. and it's also why, with our partner in brazil, shell is producing ethanol - a biofuel made from renewable sugarcane. >>a minute, mom! let's broaden the world's energy mix. let's go. ...and we inspected his brakes for free. -free is good. -free is very good. [ male announcer ] now get 50% off brake pads and shoes at meineke. >>> welcome back to "early start," every
valley, western maryland, 50s at southern maryland, 51 in prince frederick. 53 in baltimore here in washington. we have the partly cloudy conditions, looking outside on our michael and son weather camera, still about an hour and 12 minutes away from light. northwest winds at 5 the humidity at 67%. jacket sweatshirt weather. look at temperatures across the east. from chicago to detroit to buffalo this morning. fall making its presence felt. a couple of isolated showers, you see them in southern pennsylvania scattered across new york state here. a quiet morning and it is going to be a good day. again a patch of clouds this morning with us as we head toward lunch time. look mostly sunny skies should rule. if you have outdoor plans today it is going to be fantastic for that. monday evening looks good too. sun sets right about 7:00 now. we are going to have a nice, quiet night, open the windows, maybe not too far though. 40s and 50s, tomorrow looks god, a few clouds increasing, tomorrow night into wednesday. north and west of town, i think most of the action on wednesday stays up into
night as the browns and ravens met in baltimore. chip reid at mnt bank stadium in baltimore. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this stadium was literally rocking last night. the fans were emphatic. not because the home team, the baltimore ravens won. it was also because the real referees are finally back. >> i'm sure all of you know by now, the regular officials are back. >> reporter: the return of the referees came with an unprecedented standing ovation, as the browns and ravens got ready to rumble, fans and players warmly welcomed the veteran crew, as they took to the field for the first time this season. >> very good to see you guys. >> thank you for your support too. it means a lot. >> reporter: kickoff, less than 24 hours after the official union reached a tentative deal with the nfl, marking the end to a bitter three-month lockout. >> the refs were terrific. >> first flag of the first quarter. >> reporter: referee comeback couldn't come soon enough for teams and fans. over the past three weeks, they have witnessed a long list of controversial calls by replacement offi
wednesday, october 3rd. it is close. get ready. >>> a very emotional victory for the baltimore ravens over the new england patriots in sunday night football, especially for ravens receiver torrey smith. he caught two touchdown passes one night after his younger brother was killed in a motorcycle accident. the ravens went on to win, 31-30. it happened on a disputed last second 27-yard field goal by justin tucker. was it good or not? the ref said yes. it was a brutal week three for the replacement referees. they admit to making mistakes over san francisco. they incorrectly granted 49ers coach jim harbaugh two challenges in the fourth quarter. and in the detroit, tennessee, washington, cincinnati game, the refs stepped off too much yardage in penalty calls. not a good day. >>> meanwhile, "mad men" was dethroned. homeland took home best drama emmy last night. "modern family" is still the king of comedy. it won't best comedy series for the third year in a row. and speaking of streaks, there is nothing like this one. jon stewart's "the daily show" was named the best variety program for a tenth s
as replacements. real professionals will be back in time for the tonight's browns and ravens game in baltimore. after the refs reached a tentative agreement to end the lockout. what has been a series of bad miscues and blown calls. rick leventhal watching this closely no doubt and joins from us the newsroom this morning. rick, maybe it is good that happened on monday night. certainly not good for the packers in the long term but prompted some change. >> reporter: it did, martha. the nfl's reputation was getting smacked around. the league's office tells me there is no bigger fan than commissioner roger goodell who was determined to get a deal done after the game ending debacle monday night. you probably seen the images of a bad call turning an interception into a touchdown stealing a win from the packers. they spent 15 hours in negotiations tuesday and 15 more hours yesterday. helping two sides strike eight-year deal. longest ever for the ref with pension and retirement benefits and well-paying salaries for part-time work. last year's average was 149,000. it goes to 173,000 next year. rising to
. and this is a nice rematch of the afc championship. clear and cool, 58 to 62 degrees down in baltimore. and that is your sunday night forecast. >>> it's a sad story that's becoming all too familiar. famous stars and high profile athletes running out of money after earning millions of dollars at a time. the question is where does it all go? here's nbc's michelle franzen. >> reporter: they are the athletes, pop stars, and celebrities living dream, earning millions of dollars, and living it up along the way. >> they want to show their friends, their family, their hangers on that they're big shots, and often, what comes along with that is a need to spend, spend, spend. >> reporter: but all that fame and fortune can turn on a dime. former nfl quarterback vince young is now out of a job after the buffalo bills cut him from the team this summer and embroiled in a legal battle over what's left of his earnings. the pro football player secured a contract back in 2006 that guaranteed earnings of $26 million. young is now suing his former agent and financial planner, writing on twitter this past w
tonight in baltimore. what did it come down to in the end? >> i think a couple of things. first of all, the nfl could not send replament officials to green bay sunday. i think everybody in the league ew that. i mean, this had to get done this week. and i think at the end of e day, the oiaet t retain a pension system through 2016 that 89% of corporate america doesn't have anymore. okay? and they're part-time employees. this pension was important to thofficials. they get to retain it for the next five seasons. and the ls to hire a taxi squad of officials that over the next few years they can replace underperforming officials. >> peter, peel back the curtain a little bit because you talked to all the principals involved here. for the first couple of weeks, did roger goodell say to himself, we're going t weather vewobout this? >> yes. >> and did it come down to monday night? >> i think a lot of this was monday night. remember the way he thinks. he's thinking two, three, four years down the road, his main go in this was to make se fis to replace se underperforming officials down the road s
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